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Fan Zhang, Zi Wei, Peter Jeranyama, Carolyn DeMoranville, and Harvey J.M. Hou

, which can be harmful to plants, including cranberry ( Bailey and Grossman, 2008 ; Kramer, 2010 ; Takahashi and Murata, 2008 ; Vener, 2007 ). Cranberry growers have observed yellow vine syndrome in the cranberry bog under normal light conditions, which

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Zi Wei, Peter Jeranyama, Fan Zhang, Carolyn DeMoranville, and Harvey J.M. Hou

translucent appearance, becomes honey-colored, particularly in the crown area. The yellow vine phenotype cranberry cultivar, Stevens, is widely planted in Massachusetts. The yellow vine syndrome might affect the production and quality of cranberry in

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should be limited because of the potential for resistance development. The three fungicide programs that contained Bravo + Rally (FRAC code M5 + 3) had the lowest defoliation ratings of (2) 11% and (1) 21 %. Yellow Vine Syndrome of Cranberry in

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production and their nutrient contributions in forming diets should both be prescribed during production and considered in developing human diets. Spectrometric and HPLC Analysis of Yellow Vine Syndrome in Cranberry in Massachusetts Zi Wei 1, *, Fan Zhang 1

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Les D. Padley Jr, Eileen A. Kabelka, Pamela D. Roberts, and Ronald French

causes several disease syndromes on C. pepo , the objective of this study was to evaluate a select group of C. pepo accessions for resistance to the crown rot syndrome of P. capsici . Materials and Methods Plant material. Because no core

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Betsey Miller, Denny J. Bruck, and Vaughn Walton

vine syndrome development in the American cranberry: Shade effect HortScience 45 1345 1348 Wilcox, J. Mote, D.C. Childs, L. 1934 The root-weevils injurious to strawberries in Oregon. Ore. State Agr. Exp. Sta. Bul. 330 Winer, B.J. Brown, D.R. Michels, K

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Steven P. Arthurs, Robert H. Stamps, and Frank F. Giglia

; Shahak et al., 2008 ; Takeda et al., 2010 ) and vegetable crops ( Ilic et al., 2012 ; Kong et al., 2012 ; Shahak, 2008 ) grown under red, blue, green, and yellow nets. Recent reports from Israel also suggest additional benefits of photoselective nets

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Jacob G. Ricker, Jessica D. Lubell, and Mark H. Brand

demonstrate a preference ( White, 2016 ). Fewer coleopteran visitors were found on D. fruticosa ‘Pink Beauty’ than D. fruticosa ‘Goldfinger’ ( Table 1 ) for two possible reasons: 1) these insects prefer yellow flower color rather than pink flower color

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Seong-Hyun Park and Richard H. Mattson

in each room were identical. Room B contained single plants of arrowhead vine, cretan brake fern, variegated vinca, and yellow star jasmine arranged with two plants each of dendrobium, peace lily, golden pothos, and kentia palm. Measurements. Data

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Kelly D. Norris and William R. Graves

exclusive natural occurrence in forest understories portends shade tolerance in cultivation, and all species bear yellow flowers. Inflorescences usually comprise three flowers that appear when few other temperate shrubs bloom. Flowering time of D. palustris